UPDATE: Police identify suspects in suspicious death, arrest one

UPDATE: Police identify suspects in suspicious death, arrest one

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WANTED: Tracy Ware, 46, for murder of Anthony Domingo WANTED: Tracy Ware, 46, for murder of Anthony Domingo
Dwayne Weston, 44, already in custody, will be charged with murder. Dwayne Weston, 44, already in custody, will be charged with murder.
LUBBOCK, Texas -

Update (9:30 p.m., 9/3/17) (press release from LPD)

The Lubbock Police Department is currently searching for 46-year-old Tracy Ware who is now wanted for the murder of Anthony Domingo.

Sunday night investigators with the Person Crimes Unit gathered enough information to secure two murder arrest warrants. One warrant is for Ware and a second arrest warrant is for 44-year-old Dwayne Weston. Weston was arrested late Saturday night on a different charge and is currently in the Lubbock County Detention Center. Weston’s murder warrant will be served at the detention center.

Ware is still outstanding and has not been located.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Ware are asked to call the Lubbock Police Department or Crime Line at (806) 741-1000. Crime Line callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

Original story (9/2/2017)

Police are investigating a suspicious death in central Lubbock. Officers were called to 65th Drive near Avenue P early Saturday, to reports of a man lying in the roadway. Officers found a man's body.

After questioning neighbors and possible witnesses, investigators say it appears he was in some kind of fight with a group of people before his death. Police have identified the victim as Anthony Domingo, 49.

If you know what happened call Crime Line at 806.741.1000. Or you can submit a tip online. You can remain anonymous. 


 

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